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E-discovery: Choosing the right vendor for e-discovery projects

Many service providers claim to be experts in e-discovery, but not all of them are

Few corporations have the internal resources or IT infrastructure to adequately assume responsibility for all potential services involved in an e-discovery project. Companies facing litigation will likely need to evaluate and eventually enlist service providers—or vendors—to facilitate their e-discovery obligations. 

Some vendors consult on document identification and preservation issues, and others perform collections. Others process documents by taking the raw data and converting them into reviewable files. Vendors can manage document reviews and productions and even provide technology services and equipment for trials.

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James Bernard

James L. Bernard is a Partner in the Litigation Practice Group at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP. His practice covers a range of complex...

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Michael Quartararo

Michael Quartararo is the Director of Litigation Support Services at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, an adjunct instructor at Bryan University's E-Discovery Program, and...

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Jason Vinokur

Jason S. Vinokur is an associate in Stroock's Litigation Practice Group.

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